12 Techniques for Strengthening the Digestive System

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Please click the link below to read a short booklet '12 Techniques for Strengthening the Digestive System.' The techniques are simple, effective practices that only require doing easy-to-integrate exercises. Use them for yourself, and offer them to your clients to increase energy, decrease pain, and support their quest for better health.

A majority of people suffer from the effects of a weak digestive system. Poor diet, low quality food, sedentary lifestyle, and environmental factors have all contributed to a decrease in digestive function and led to a whole range of symptoms that many of your clients (and perhaps you!) are struggling to alleviate. It is well known that a healthy digestive system is a cornerstone of good health. Strengthening this part of the body is of utmost importance in leading a fulfilled and vigorous life.

 


For more information about our online video course 'Hara: Treatment for the Digestive & Circulatory Systems', please click on the button below:

Treatment of the Ileocecal Valve

The Ileocecal valve lies at the juncture of the small and large intestines. This valve often gets stuck open, disrupting movement of waste material into the large intestine. This technique helps to strengthen this area of the body and restore its proper function. 

This video is part of the online course called "Hara: Treatment of the Digestive & Circulatory Systems." For info & enrollment please go to the link:
Hara: Treatment of the Digestive & Circulatory Systems.

Many people today have digestive challenges, including constipation, bloating, gas, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcers, colitis, leaky gut, Crohn's or Celiac Disease, diabetes, gall stones, or cancer somewhere in the digestive tract. The techniques that you will learn in this course are powerful tools to address these ailments and assist clients in recovering digestive strength and balance. Some of them are original to this work, while others have a long tradition of use.
 

 
 
 

This video is part of the online course called "Hara: Treatment of the Digestive & Circulatory Systems." For info & enrollment please click on the button below: